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on modern russian and u.s.-russian relations. in light of the current conflict between russia and ukraine and the u.s. involvement in the situation, but tv presents portions of author talks on russian leadership in foreign relations. in the next hour camillus analyst edward lucas, author of the new cold war, politics professor allen lynch, author of "vladimir putin and rssian statecraft." columnist ilan berman, author of "implosion: the end of russia and what it means for america" and government in foreign service professor, angela stent, author of "the limits of partnership: u.s.-russian relations in the twenty-first century." we begin with edward lucas, author of the new cold war: putin's russia and the threat to the u.s. before moscow bureau chief economist presents his thoughts on russia's influence in former soviet republics and the importance of ukraine entrance into the european union. >> russia is not in numbers day. we talked seriously with the russians about north korea. we sometimes talk with the russians about iran. it true. russia is engaged. but the two reasons to be worried
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